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Today was a very cliché tourist day, but I still loved every bit of it. The morning started very early for us, 7:30am, so that we had enough time to commute to the other side of the city. We travelled for an hour and a half on multiple subway routes to reach the Temple of Heaven at 9am.
At the Temple of Heaven, we walked into a huge forest looking area, with parks in every direction. If you look up a map of Beijing, the Temple of Heaven has the largest area ...
... the back so we weren't surrounded by as many people, and off we went again. Looking at the map on Andy's phone, it still seemed quite a distance. The only good thing about the trip was a cute little boy in front of us who was fascinated with us, so we were pointing out & teaching him the English words for 'boat', 'water', '1,2,3' etc. helped by his Mum & Gran who were also amused by it all! I taught him the word for 'bus' rather than the northern version of 'buzz' so as not ...
... of Thomas
riding a motorbike, thomas sabo kaufenhe evidently provides a solid
vocalist of rock-and-roll with quite curly hair curling and seem to be
to adorn your jacket like a pair of boots sharp head.
... I, being a newly-obsessed bridge player, became one of those spectators. I'm not sure what they were playing but they slap their cards down with a vigerous snap. Others were playing some kind of checkers with pieces the size of biscuits, while others kicked a hacky sac with bright feathers.
In the smoggy distance we could see what everyone comes for, the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests. Seriously, you could barely see it, with a dull, gray/white ...
... In hindsight this was a great decision. We spent most of the time wandering around Beijing from one bar/restaurant to another, then jumping on the underground to get to another area ripe for exploring!
The highlight of Beijing was obviously meeting up with Miss Laura Yuile. Thanks Laura!
The relaxed pace has also given a chance to recharge the batteries ready for the last 2 week stint in Japan, bring it ...